From: Mark Smith <marksmithurbana@ya...> - 2003-01-24 15:59:19
I was looking at the "todo" list on the homepage and noticed there are
plans to use java's nio package. My question is.... how?
I thought nio is really useful for transferring data between different
channels so long as the JVM does not need to massage the data (i.e.,
transfer from socket to file, from one file to another file). At least
that's the advantage of usage nio - the JVM attempts to keep the data
outside of the JVM. How could jsch possibly use nio? Everything needs
to go through the JVM for the encryption process to take place, right?
I can see where using port/stream forwarding could use nio (one socket
channel to another socket channel) as long as no encryption needed to
Maybe I'm missing something here. If I am, could someone please inform
+-From: Mark Smith <marksmithurbana@...> --
|_Date: 24 Jan 2003 10:54:32 -0500 ______________
|Hi, I was looking at the "todo" list on the homepage and noticed
|there are plans to use java's nio package. My question
For example, I'm interested in SocketChannel, Selector, non-blocking I/O, etc.
Thanks to those new functionality, we will be able to save the number of